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Wow! Would you look at that.
Just like me, Air New Zealand is committed to creating a better tomorrow for our planet.
Which is why the airline supports scientific research projects, right here in Antarctica.
And we're at the Canterbury Museum in Christchurch with some young Kiwis
who are eager to learn more about the icy continent.
Woah! That's so cool!
It's a little cooler than cool.
Hey, Adrian. Hope you're ready for an adventure …
I sure am.
Come meet the team.
Awesome. I've always wanted to try one of these.
Yeah, they're great fun.
But before we start our journey, we have to give a short briefing
to keep you safe on the ice and in the sky.
This says that he went to Antarctica over a hundred years ago.
That's right … Let me tell you all about it.
Nice to meet you.
While we're travelling together, please obey all crew member instructions,
placards and illuminated signs.
If the fasten seatbelt sign lights up, return to your seat and buckle up.
Seatbelts fit low and tight across your hips.
Let's do it!
Did you know that Antarctica holds 70% of the world's fresh water?
So what happens here affects the whole planet.
That's why this place is so important to scientists.
This is called a Sipre drill. It's used to collect ice core samples.
Let's take a look.
The ice contains air bubbles that can date back thousands of years.
But this ice probably formed in the 1950s or so.
But if you need some 21st century air, oxygen masks will fall down from above.
Just pull down on the mask, and place it over your nose and mouth.
Pull on both sides of the elastic to tighten it.
Don't worry if the bag doesn't inflate, oxygen will flow easily.
And make sure you've got your own mask on before helping children, or those who are less able.
Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome aboard this Hagglund.
Wow, seals!
If an emergency were to happen during take off or landing,
you'll need to fasten your seatbelt, and place your forehead against the seat in front.
Put your feet back and firmly on the floor, and hold your lower legs.
Now sit back, relax and enjoy the ride.
Sounds like someone wants a job with Air New Zealand.
These are the amazing Dry Valleys.
And they sure deserve their name, because Antarctica is actually the driest continent on Earth.
In fact, it hasn't rained here for nearly two million years.
That's why you never see a penguin with an umbrella.
But as you know, I love water and marine life. So I couldn't come all this way to Antarctica without checking out the ocean.
Look at this.
If you need one, lifejackets are within easy reach of your seat.
They're easy to fasten while sitting down.
Just rip back the tag, place it over your head, clip the straps together and tighten.
Only pull on the red tab to inflate after you've exited the aircraft.
For more inflation, blow into the mouthpiece.
And don't worry, we've got lifejackets for all sizes – even infants.
Oh, wow … Amazing.
Hey Adrian, you can't smoke on the ice!
That's not smoke. It's the cold.
Smoking is also prohibited anywhere on board this flight.
That includes using and charging electronic cigarettes anywhere, including the lavatories.
Ernest Shackleton and his men lived here for 14 months.
Wow. 14 months without internet?!
In the unlikely event of an emergency, escape path lighting will show you the way to the exit.
Time to meet the locals!
Did you know there are more than 12 million of them living in Antarctica right now.
Hey, Adrian. You should get a selfie.
That's a great idea!
Lightweight handheld devices can be used at any time.
But make sure your electronic devices are switched to flight mode first.
And if you lose your device in the seat, please call your Flight Attendant for help.
For more information, refer to your safety card in the seat pocket in front of you or ask your Flight Attendant.
So, who wants to be an Antarctic explorer one day?
Guys, it's time to go.
From the most beautiful place in the world
– after New Zealand, of course –
it's goodbye from me and all the locals.
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Jim published on May 30, 2018
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